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± BLUFF OYSTERS? THE LAST OF THE $7.95 KÖANGA 2006 SPRING JORIS DE BRES JASON DELL ROSEMARY McLEOD TOM BENNION ROSS HEMERA GREENSTONE ELFIN BAY STATION KAITIAKITANGA AORAKI BOUND SECTION 59 REPEAL: FAMILY VIOLENCE OTAGO MUSEUM TAONGA
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FROM THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, TE RÜNANGA O NGÄI TAHU, TAHU POTIKI EdITORIAL TEAM Phil Tumataroa Editor (above) Debra Farquhar Assistant Editor (above left) Deborah Nation Assistant Editor Gabrielle Huria Toitü Te Iwi Manager (above right) Adrienne Anderson Chief Executive (above centre) CONTRIBUTORS Dr Neville Bennett Tom Bennion Sally Blundell Hone Brown Pirimia Burger Donald Couch Jason Dell Andrea Fox Sheena Haywood Ross Hemera Felolini Maria Ifopo Liesl Johnstone Rosemary McLeod Malcolm Mulholland Elizabeth O’Connor Charisma Rangipunga Lisa Reedy Adrienne Rewi Geoff Shaw Rob Tipa Phil Tumataroa Sheree Waitoa Garry Walls Ans Westra dESIGN Strategy Advertising & Design PRINTING Spectrum Print Ltd PUBLISHER Ngäi Tahu Communications Ltd PO Box 13 469 Christchurch Phone 03 366 4344 Fax 03 371 3901 Contributions and letters to the editor should be sent to: The Editor TE KARAKA PO Box 13 469 Christchurch [email protected] © 1995 The entire contents of TE KARAKA are copyright and may not be reproduced in any form either in part or in whole without the written permission of the publisher. All letters addressed to TE KARAKA will be assumed intended for publication unless clearly marked “Not for Publication”. Opinions expressed in TE KARAKA are those of the writers and are not necessarily endorsed by Te Rünanga o Ngäi Tahu. Issue 32 published September 2006 © Ngäi Tahu Publications Limited ISSN N0. 1173/6011 Front cover photograph Kieran Scott Dame Te Atairangikaahu, born Piki Mahuta on 23 July 1931, was the first and only child born of the marriage between her father King Koroki and mother Te Atairangikaahu, although she had whangai brothers and sisters, including her trusted advisor the late Sir Robert Mahuta. Her father was King of the Kïngitanga movement for 33 years before her. She was groomed for leadership of the Kïngitanga, but her influential grand-aunt and respected leader Te Puea Herangi ensured that she became equally well-educated in the Päkehä world. She attended Ngäruawähia’s Räkaumanga School, and later boarded at Hamilton’s Diocesan School where she excelled, becoming a house captain and prefect. She also excelled at sports including hockey, fencing and swimming, and gained a love of literature and music, becoming an accomplished pianist. Te Puea remained a mentor to the young princess, until her death on 12 October 1952. And it was attempts by Te Puea to arrange her marriage that highlighted Dame Te Ata’s strong spirit and certainty of purpose, which was later to characterise her reign. The princess insisted on marrying her first love, a farmer of Te Aupouri descent, Whatumoana Paki, with whom she had seven children.
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